You may hardly recognize us. But you’ll be even more aracted to us. We’ve made big changes to Meydenbauer Center. But they’re more than just cosmetic. We’ve added areas and breakout rooms to encourage face-to-face conversations, and audiovisual capabilities to help presentations come to life. See for yourself. Go to meydenbauer.com and tour our renovated space in the heart of Bellevue today.
Summer 2016 Dear Bellevue Downtown Reader, Bellevue is known as the “City in a Park” and the best place to start exploring is right here in Downtown. This summer we’re heading outside and taking full advantage of what this beautiful city has to offer. Bellevue Downtown Park, Ashwood Park and Meydenbauer Bay Beach Park all offer tranquil getaways to stroll, picnic, relax and exercise without ever leaving the city. Add these to the many outdoor dining experiences and open-air events, and there’s plenty to see and do as the sun sets later. We invite you to join in on Bellevue’s many 4th of July festivities. In Downtown, you’ll find a full day of merriments for the whole family—dogs included. Read more on page 4. Don’t miss the Bellevue Strawberry Festival (July 2526) staged only a few minutes by car or transit from Downtown in Crossroads Park. This beloved summer tradition, produced by the Eastside Heritage Center (EHC), celebrates many aspects of Bellevue’s rich history. Learn more in this issue from EHC’s Executive Director Heather Trescases.
Speaking of traditions, this city loves to plan. The question often becomes, so then what will we actually do? A major visioning and design effort is in the works, called the Grand Connection. Read about the recent design charrette and where this landmark project may take you in years to come.
Explore the City in a Park + Head outside for summer events and dining
From the charrette we saw the power of design and how it can open our eyes to innovative possibilities. We’ll see more creative works from artists from around the world for the Bellevue Arts Fair Weekend July 29 through July 31. As an amateur poet once wrote, “There’s more to see, more to do. Much more to love with a beautiful view.” We look forward to seeing you out-of-doors and enjoying the very best of this ever-changing city.
Bellevue Downtown Park lights up with the most spectacular firework show on the Eastside. Photo © Colin Walker / Bellevue Parks & Community Services..
Editor: Geri Massengale Contributing Writers: Augusta DeVries and Matt Jack
IN THIS ISSUE Grand Doggie Marshal...................... 4 Grand Connection...............................4 East Link Update................................. 6 Breaktime-Mealtime Program........ 7 Explore the City in a Park................. 8
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Summer Events........................... 12–13 Urbanite.................................................15
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B Downtown The Grand Connection: Key to Bellevue’s Identity BY MATT JACK Great cities are renowned by identifying structures. Paris has the Eiffel Tower, San Francisco has the Golden Gate Bridge, and even our neighbor, Seattle, has the Space Needle. As for Bellevue, it has a beautiful thriving Downtown area unique to itself, and after years of growth, the City is planning to create a sense of identity with the Grand Connection. The Grand Connection was formally launched as part of the Wilburton commercial area land use study last December. The Jenny Kordell and Brie pose with prior years’ Grand Doggie Marshals. Photo © Team Photogenic
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current plan aims to connect Lake Washington at Meydenbauer Beach Park to the Eastside Rail Corridor in the Wilburton commercial area by extending through Downtown Bellevue.
BY GERI MASSENGALE Last 4th of July, Brie the dachshund won the hearts of many and became the 2015 Grand Doggie Marshal for the Bellevue Downtown Association’s (BDA) Four on the 4th Dog Jog & Walk. Every year, the BDA hosts a contest to find the next Grand Doggie Marshal to lead the pack in the start of the 4k. Participating in the
Artist rendition of The Grand Connection.
Grand Doggie Marshal contest was a way to get shy Brie out to socialize with other pups, says Brie’s human Jenny Kordell. Brie is ready to pass on the torch to another deserving pup.
Bradley Calvert, the City of Bellevue’s Community Development Program Manager, says the Grand Connection will create new
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opportunities for pedestrians and cyclists while improving
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connectivity between neighborhoods. “It will create new
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opportunities for social engagement around these nodes and a
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greater sense of community identity,” says Calvert.
duties include starting the jog and walk and serving on the costume
This past April, the City and the Bellevue Arts Museum co-
contest judging panel with their human. Then make sure to join Brie
hosted a design charrette where nearly 80 architects, urban
and other dogs and their humans at 9 a.m. on Monday, July 4th, for
planners, artists and engineers volunteered to create concepts
the Áegis of Bellevue Four on the 4th Dog Jog & Walk benefiting
for the Grand Connection. “The ideas ranged from dramatic but
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doable, to conceptual and experimental. And while these ideas are
all conceptual they have allowed us to reimagine connectivity and
Kordell will be out in Downtown Bellevue once again for the 4th of July festivities. “[Last year] was my first time going. I was really
public space, and begin to visualize the possibilities for the Grand Connection,” says Calvert.
impressed with the way it was all set up,” Kordell says. “It was a
The Grand Connection is a long range planning effort that is at
well-integrated event with local touch and there’s something for
the visioning process which will define the budget and timeline for
everyone. Bellevue, even though it’s smaller than Seattle, still thinks
the whole project.
like a big city.”
Read more about the project and see more conceptual designs at BellevueDowntown.com.
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Sound Transit Construction Hits Downtown This Summer BY AUGUSTA DEVRIES A quick update on the East Link project happening in Downtown Bellevue East Link Light Rail is on its way to becoming a reality in Bellevue with construction crews hitting the streets this past April. “Sound Transit is working closely with the City of Bellevue to
Graphic courtesy Sound Transit.
coordinate the traffic impacts of this project with other construction work taking
• South Portal site (112th Ave NE and
construction reroutes. During this work,
place downtown,” says Luke Lamon, Sound
Main Street): Sound Transit’s contractor
Sound Transit and the city of Bellevue
Transit’s East Link Community Outreach
will secure the site with fencing and a
will work with adjacent buildings and
Specialist. “While traffic impacts will
sound-protective wall, and will begin
businesses to ensure access and ease of
likely occur, we will work to manage those
demolition of the existing structures.
communication. This summer will be a
impacts and adjust the traffic control as
The contractor will work through spring
great time to take the bus if you want to
and summer preparing the site to
avoid possible downtown delays. Visit
support tunnel excavation, which will
ChooseYourWayBellevue.org for more
likely begin this fall.
Sound Transit’s Business Relations program also works closely with those directly impacted by construction. The goal is to ensure that businesses are
• North Portal site (110th Ave NE and NE
able to continue serving their customers
6th Street): In early summer, concurrent
throughout construction, and Sound
work will begin at the north portal site.
up for alerts at
Transit has a variety of tools available to
The contractor will need to excavate
assist in this effort.
soils between NE 6th & NE 4th along
For the most up to date information, sign
Or contact Luke Lamon at: luke.lamon@
110th Ave NE and the soil with a denser
soundtransit.org or by phone at (206) 903-
sites for heavy civil work in the downtown
material, more appropriate for the
tunnel, here are some key intersections to
tunnel crew to excavate. Intermittent
be aware of as summer construction ramps
full and partial closures of 110th Ave
up. (Exact times and durations of these
NE will be necessary to complete
impacts aren’t available at this time).
this work, lasting anywhere from
While crews are prepping utilities and
10–25 weeks. Detour and wayfinding signage will be posted throughout any
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Photo courtesy Bellevue LifeSpring.
Breaktime-Mealtime Helps Kids in Poverty School is drawing to a close and while many kids and teens are fantasizing about camping, swimming and enjoying the summer break, some are wondering how they will get their meals. Last year, more than 118,000 meals were provided. To address summer hunger, more than 400,000 meals are needed. In the Bellevue School District, one in five kids are living in poverty. These kids count on free meals provided at school to maintain healthy nutrition, but during school breaks, they’re on their own. That’s when the Breaktime-Mealtime program provided by Bellevue LifeSpring steps in and provides boxes of nutritious food for families to take home. The boxes also include grocery store vouchers to purchase fresh items like meat,
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Explore the City in a Park BY GERI MASSENGALE Left: Photo © 2016 Geri Massengale. Above: Photo courtesy 520 Bar & Grill.
When summer time arrives in Downtown Bellevue, we head outside. After all, Bellevue is known as the “City in a Park” and there is plenty to do outdoors. Here are a few of our recommendations!
Visit Downtown Bellevue’s parks Downtown Bellevue spans 400 acres with two major parks, the Bellevue Downtown Park and Ashwood Park. The parks in Downtown Bellevue are what makes the city as a whole unique says
Museum ARTSfair and the Bellevue Festival of the Arts begin July 29 and run through July 31.
Dine alfresco Dining out on the patio is another summer highlight in Downtown
Christina Faine, Public Information Officer for the City’s Parks and
Bellevue. 520 Bar & Grill’s patio is private from the street and a
Community Services department. She says Bellevue Downtown
great spot to share inventive cocktails and delicious plates with
Park and Ashwood Park create an important open space for
friends. To people watch and take in Old Bellevue’s timeless charm,
downtown workers, residents and visitors. “The parks play a pivotal
snag a seat on the patio at the front of the restaurant. Just behind
role in making Downtown an appealing place to live, work and play,”
520 Bar and Grill is 99 Park offering outdoor seating with a view of
she says. The city’s working on completing the Bellevue Downtown
Bellevue Downtown Park. Sister restaurants Lot No. 3 and Purple
Park circle and expanding and renovating the playground there.
Café and Wine Bar offer outdoor seating allowing one to appreciate
Nearby, Meydenbauer Bay Beach Park is another key focus, with
both the city and the Pacific Northwest weather. Bake’s Place offers
construction anticipated to begin in 2017.
the biggest patio in Downtown complete with an outdoor bar and
Check out the outdoor events
live music. If you’re on the eastside of Downtown Bellevue head to
Two of Downtown Bellevue’s biggest events happen at the parks.
El Gaucho for happy hour on the patio. The view of the City Center
The Áegis of Bellevue Four on the 4th Dog Jog & Walk will bring
Plaza and the grandeur of the gleaming high-rises makes for a
paws to the park for a noncompetitive 4k at Ashwood Park on July
unique view of Downtown Bellevue’s tech center.
4. After the dog jog & walk, many will head to Bellevue Downtown
“What I love about outdoor dining in Downtown Bellevue is that
Park for the Eastside’s largest Independence Day celebration, The
it’s a treat given we may only have a few months out of the year to
Bellevue Collection Bellevue Family 4th presented by PACCAR.
enjoy dining outside,” Raber says. “Outside dining feels good and
Read more about these and other events on page 12. Cheri Raber,
less confining and I think we have a fair amount of it in Downtown.”
10-year resident of Downtown Bellevue, says she especially loves
In Downtown Bellevue it’s only a matter of steps from the office
the 4th of July events “It’s a perfect retreat from what’s becoming a busy city,” she says. Beyond the parks, events enliven the streets. During your lunch hour treat yourself to free live music at outdoor spaces in Downtown. The Live at Lunch concerts is a 10-week concert
or home to take advantage of summer in the “City in a Park.” More outdoor dining options in Downtown Bellevue is available at the restaurant guide on BellevueDowntown.com. Check out more outdoor activities on page 12.
series beginning July 5. At the end of July artists from around the world will gather in Downtown Bellevue across three arts fairs to showcase their original work. The 6th Street Fair, Bellevue Arts BELLEVUEDOWNTOWN.COM
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eating contests, carnival games, fair food and especially, hands-on history activities. This year will be no different with an expected 45,000 people attending says Eastside Heritage Center Executive Director Heather Trescases. She shares what’s new
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this year and a few reasons (out of many) why the festival is special to Bellevue and the Eastside. Why is the Strawberry Festival important to the community? The Strawberry Festival is the only event of its kind in Bellevue – blending history with modern-day entertainment, activities and experiences. It brings the community together for some old-fashion family fun, and has become a kick-off to summer tradition for the entire Eastside. What’s new at the Festival this year? We are looking forward to bringing a touch-a-truck event to the Festival this
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year. There will be a Bellevue Fire Engine, a Republic Services Recycling Truck, and an assortment of construction equipment. We are also excited to partner with the Center for Wooden Boats for a toy boat building activity. We know kids will love it! What is your favorite part about the festival?
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strawberry shortcake - and it’s so much fun to watch the shortcake eating contests! But I also love all the hands-on history activities that we bring to the event. Seeing
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kids excited to try their hand at pumping water, grinding corn, sealing a can for a
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personal time capsule, and even learning how to milk a cow - it always makes me smile! And, we have a great line-up of entertainment on the BECU Main Stage, providing a lively and festive atmosphere all weekend long. Why do you love what you do for the EHC and the Festival? I love the people and hearing the stories. I feel fortunate to be involved in an organization that makes connections between generations and provides a platform for cross-cultural dialogue. The sense of community that EHC works to create through its mission and programs like the Strawberry Festival, is inspiring.
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Beauty and the Beast May 13, 14, 20 & 21, 7 p.m. May 15, 21, & 22, 2 p.m. Bellevue Youth Theatre Crossroads 16051 NE 10th Street Bellevue, WA 98008 425-452 -7155 BYT@bellevuewa.gov
Shown at BYT in 2007 and 2012, this retelling of the fairy tale has captured Bellevue Youth Theatre audiences. Come enjoy the classic tale, with a few twists. Tickets available for purchase.
Bike Everywhere Day May 20, 6 – 9 a.m.
Bellevue Transit Center chooseyourwaybellevue.org
Choose the retirement that fits your lifestyle. From the floor plan of your wellappointed apartment, to a variety of activities (wellness, fitness, dining, travel and social stuff). Do as little as you prefer. Because to some, blazing their own retirement might mean a 6am tee time, while for others, it might mean toasting with a buttery Chardonnay from The Bellettini’s wine cellar.
Whether you’re a seasoned cyclist or just getting started, Choose Your Way Bellevue will greet you at the Bellevue Transit Center with water, snacks and giveaways! Free. u Bellevue Jazz &
Blues Festival June 1 – 5
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Dynamic blues vocalist Shemekia Copeland and renowned jazz trumpeter and educator Etienne Charles headline the 9th Annual Bellevue Jazz
Main Street Choc Walk
June 4, 1 – 6 p.m. Main Street in Old Bellevue visitoldbellevue.com
Come explore the Main Street district while sampling chocolates and wines from local makers.
Lake to Lake Bike Ride June 11 9 a.m.
Lake Hills Community Park 1200 164th Ave. SE bellevuewa.gov/lake-to-lakeride.htm
Explore Bellevue’s hidden treasures by bike on the Lake to Lake Bike Ride on June 11. $15/preregistration $20/day of event
A Day of Play with Dad June 19 8:30 a.m. - noon
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May 11 & 12
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and blue and celebrate Independence Day in Downtown Bellevue. Featuring live music, food, activities for kids and fireworks set to a live performance by the Bellevue Youth Symphony Orchestra.
July 4, 9 a.m.
520 Bar & Grill 4th of July Celebration
Ashwood Park 10820 NE 10th Street
10146 Main Street
Four on the 4th Dog Jog & Walk
Come out on the 4th of July morning for a walk or jog with your dog! This noncompetitive 4k celebrates America’s birthday and benefits Seattle Humane in Bellevue. $20/individual; $30/pair; $60/team of four. Prices increase July 4: $30/individual; $45/pair; $80/team of four.
Beer garden, full menu and drink specials! Located right next to Bellevue Downtown Park making it a great place to gather before and after the fireworks.
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Collection Bellevue Family 4th presented by PACCAR July 4, 2 p.m.
Bellevue Downtown Park 10201 NE Fourth St. bellevuedowntown.com
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Ernest Arutiunov Concert
Dance School Infiniti
Premiere Dance Center
Charity of Love Concert
June 9 425-378-9248
Georgeous! June 15 732-765-6615
June 18 206-228-9276
May 14 & 15
International Ballet Theatre
LaLuna Rythmic Gymnastics
International Ballet Theatre
End of Year Performance
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June 11 & 12
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July 4, 2 p.m.
inviting dad to a delicious pancake breakfast and then challenge him to fun family adventures. Moms and siblings are welcome too. Registration is required.
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Dance and Theatrical Productions at the Theatre at Meydenbauer Center Village Theatre’s Pied Piper
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& Blues Festival for the first weekend of June. Plus more than 30 free performances by top regional jazz and blues musicians will play throughout Downtown Bellevue.
For a full list of events visit BellevueDowntown.com/events
26th Annual Spring Showcase June 25 & 26 dance-time.com
Samena Swim & Recreational Club August 6
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July 5 – Sept. 8 Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from noon – 1:30 p.m. bellevuedowntown.com
Take a break with top local bands as they rock your lunch hour every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday around Downtown Bellevue!
ChowDown(Town) Food Truck Round-up July 13 & August 10 4 – 8:30 p.m. Ashwood Park 425-452-4278 This event will feature a picnic in the park with various food choices from more than a dozen food trucks, plus free entertainment.
Crossroads International Movies in the Park Aug. 4, 11, 18 & 25 7 – 11 p.m.
Crossroads Park 16130 NE Eighth St. 425-452-4240 Free Crossroads Movies in the Park series, showing some of this year’s best movies!
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Bellevue Arts Fair Weekend July 29 – July 31 Downtown Bellevue comes alive with the inspiring work from artists around the world. Cultivate creativity and marvel at original masterpieces and crafts from the best.
Bellevue Arts Museum ARTSfair Friday & Saturday 9:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. Sunday 9:30 a.m – 6 p.m.
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u 6th Street Fair Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
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Bellevue Festival of the Arts
Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Old Bellevue’s Taste of Main
Bellevue Connection 425-453-3111
Aug. 18, noon – 1:30 p.m.
Are you Downtown Bellevue’s next rockstar? Come out and show us what you got in the Rockaraoke singing contest. Interested in competing in Rockaraoke? Contact tyler@ bellevuedowntown.org.
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Aug. 20 Noon – 5 p.m.
The Taste of Main is a one day event on Bellevue’s celebrated historic Main Street to benefit the Detlef Schrempf Foundation and Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue. Buy a passport and “taste your way down Main Street.” $45/passport; $15/wine passport.
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Fraser Cabin Heritage Programs
May 21, June 18, July 16, August 20, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Kelsey Creek Farm Park (425) 450-1049 Participate in hands-on activities that relate to early Eastside settler life at the historic 1888 Fraser Log Cabin. Take a turn churning butter, collecting eggs, washing clothes, pumping water and learning about log cabin construction.
Strawberry Festival June 25 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. June 26 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Crossroads International Park (425) 450-1049 bellevuestrawberryfestival.org
Features family entertainment, fresh strawberry shortcake, hands-on history experiences, food and
vendor booths, music, games, an auto show and more! Hosted by the Eastside Heritage Center and presented by BECU.
Early Bellevue Walking Tour
July 21 & August 16 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
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Even biodegradable soap can pollute our water.
Soaps dissolve the protective mucous layer on fish and natural oils in the gills, making fish more susceptible to diseases.
Dirty car wash water contaminates our waterways with petroleum hydrocarbons, heavy metals, phosphorus, nitrogen, and sediments.
Use a commercial car wash!
Commercial car washes send dirty water to the sewer for treatment.
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